Carter Williams, KSL.com | Posted
Aug 18th - 1:34pm
Solar eclipse mania is here and one thing is for sure when the moon crosses the path of the sun creating the eclipse Monday morning, social media feeds will be flooded with all sorts of photos from anyone trying to capture that moment.
Throughout history, eclipses have caused people to tremble in fear or gaze in wonder. They have also prompted unending scientific curiosity. An eclipse in 1919 led to one of the greatest moments in science history.
Wyoming and Idaho offer a scenic backdrop for Monday's eclipse. Visitors have many interesting ways to see it, and businesses have found ways to sell the experience. By river raft, on horseback, in a chairlift or a bus — don't expect it to be cheap.
The Utah Department of Transportation is urging Utahns to plan ahead for heavy delays throughout the state this weekend as travelers from across the Western United States drive back from Idaho and Wyoming after viewing the solar eclipse on Monday.
Here's some important advice you've probably heard before: During Monday's solar eclipse, do not fry your eyeballs. It can happen. Serious eye damage. But along with learning safe practices, you probably should unlearn a few myths and misconceptions.
Cosette Jarrett, KSL.com Contributor | Posted
Aug 15th - 1:30pm
If you often find yourself scrambling to remain productive at home and at work while managing your busy schedule, there are several apps that can help out. Here are six handy tools you can use to streamline your schedule and get your life together.
For the first time ever, the University of Utah plans to activate an extra medical helicopter and preposition it in Wyoming for the Great American Eclipse on Aug. 21, part of a major medical preparedness effort.
In a dozen states, some jurisdictions have issued disaster declarations anticipating huge crowds for the Aug. 21 eclipse. Oregon is even calling out the National Guard. Wyoming and Idaho are getting ready, too. But will the crowds really come?
Massiel Ramirez, KSL.com Contributor | Posted
Aug 9th - 3:00pm
There's a lot that goes into making a marriage work, and it's not always easy. But if you want to make the honeymoon phase last a little bit longer, try downloading one of the top five apps for married couples.
Lolita C. Baldor, Associated Press | Posted
Aug 7th - 4:42pm
The Pentagon has sent new guidance to the armed services that lays out the military's authority to disable or shoot down any drone that violates airspace restrictions over a U.S. base and is deemed a security risk.
Sarah Brown, KSL.com Contributor | Posted
Aug 7th - 1:00pm
Until recent years, the only way to thoroughly assess your shut-eye was in a clinical setting, wired-up in a laboratory. Now, sleep trackers allow everyone to do some sleep research of their own. Check out the pros and cons of tracking your sleep.